Secondary Science Teacher, 41 Kruger Road, Carbrook, 4130

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Kimberley College41 Kruger Road, Carbrook, 4130
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Start date: Term 1, 2020
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Kimberley College is an independent school so is governed by a Modern Award, however we pay overaward rates equal to Qld Dept of Education classification band levels.
Contract term: Permanent

Kimberley College is seeking a passionate and experienced  Secondary Science teacher (Yrs 10 -12) to be part of our dynamic team of teaching professionals within our Science Faculty.  Kimberley College is a co-educational, non-denominational school that serves approx. 750 students from Prep to Year 12 nestled in a unique and peaceful environment 30kms southeast of the Brisbane CBD in Carbrook.  The College was established as a secondary school in 2000 with a distinctive multi-age program with a primary sector added in 2016. The college is supported with around 100 dedicated teaching and support staff.

The College is seeking a Science teacher who values collaboration; a committed team member who provides an engaging, differentiated program using Marzano's ASOT framework.  

The successful candidate for this teaching role will ideally be experienced in the following:

  • Formal teaching qualifications in Secondary Science;
  • Ability to teach a combination of Physics and Chemistry;
  • The ability to teach Mathematics would be well regarded, but is not essential;
  • Australian Curriculum and current assessment practices;
  • Demonstrated excellent written and spoken English skills;
  • Demonstrated capacity in effective classroom management;
  • Commitment to operate in professional learning teams as a collaborative and team-oriented person;
  • Capacity and willingness to differentiate instructional approaches and materials for mixed ability classes;
  • Assist with the development and sharing of teaching materials;
  • Participate in the school's professional development activities in and out of school hours;
  • Participating in the school's sporting, camps and extra co-curricular programs;
  • Engaging with students and families to build strong relationships within the college. 

Kimberley College aims to:

  • Implement a curriculum that incorporates individualisation and the teaching of futures studies and thinking skills;
  • Provide an inspiring educational atmosphere which establishes an interactive and lateral approach to learning for children from Preparatory Year to Year 12 inclusive;
  • Create a school environment which nurtures intellectual and moral autonomy in students;
  • Provide a low fee, community-based educational choice for parents;
  • Nurture positive social and interpersonal skills including courage, compassion, tolerance, respect, understanding, consideration and cooperation;
  • Provide a positive environment where self-respect and self-confidence are nurtured and reinforced

If you are seeking a challenging role in a leading, progressive educational organisation that has a consistent record of strong academic outcomes, please click on the Apply for this job tab now.

Starting date: Term 1 2020



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